Students admire the pieces produced by the program Rites of Passage during a gallery show in the Arts Annex on Thursday. The finished pieces incorporated ceramics and metalwork and reflected a wide array of influences. — Shauna Bittle photo
Sculptures created by students in Evan Blackwell and Jean Mandeberg’s program Rites of Passage. — Shauna Bittle photo
We are 2/3 of the way through our academic year, and once again students are breathing a sigh of relief as Week 10 draws to a close. They’ve worked hard this quarter and have produced impressive academic and creative projects in an amazingly short period of time. It has been our pleasure this past week to tour their final presentations and open houses. Over the course of the week, we have both learned from them and admired their achievements.
We want to thank the programs Rites of Passage, Art/Work, Diversity of Life, Gender Performances and Evergreen’s Mycology students for inviting us to document your final presentations. We enjoyed visiting with all of you! Here are some of our favorite images from the week.
The program Diversity Of Life held a debate on the merits of assisted migration in the farm house on Evergreen’s organic farm. — Andrew Jeffers photo
Students talk about some of the local fungi and lichens at the 2013 FUNgal Expo in the library building. — Andrew Jeffers photo
A dance party breaks out during the Mind Body Medicine poster fair. — Andrew Jeffers photo
Students from The program Gender Performances hold a poster fair to present their final group projects. — Andrew Jeffers photo
Visitors contemplate an installation of boxes lit from within at the Art/Work end-of-program Open House in their studio. Over the second quarter, the students focused their work in one of three disciplines: photography, fine arts or writing. — Shauna Bittle photo